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Friday, March 4
2:30 - 4 pm
Union South | Prairie Fire Coffeehouse
Cost: Free
This week's topic is "Russia Today in the Media".

This week's topic is "Russia Today in the Media" led by Professor Karen Evans-Romaine.

We hear about Russia frequently in the US media. But what is Russian media reporting about current issues in Russia? In Ukraine? In the Middle East? About the US presidential elections? About the price of oil and its effects on the Russian economy? And how does news reporting in Russia today differ from news reporting in Russian, but from outside Russia? Come to this informal conversation to learn more about Russia, about the press in and outside Russia today, about Russian reporting on issues important to the US, and about why it matters for us.

Karen Evans-Romaine is professor and chair of the Department of Slavic Languages & Literature, director of the UW-Madison Russian Flagship program, and faculty advisor to Russkii dom, the Russian-language floor in the International Learning Community.

Join us every Friday for a FREE pastry and a choice of coffee, tea, or hot chocolate at Afternoon Conversation Series (ACS)! 
ACS is held at the Prairie Fire Coffeehouse in Union South from 2:30-4pm every Friday.

ACS is a facilitated weekly experience where you can engage in friendly conversations over different interactive themes presented each week.

Come and join us for a relaxing Friday afternoon and make new friends. Refreshments are served on a first-come, first-served basis each week—come early to ensure your treat!

This free event is intended for UW-Madison students, faculty, staff and Union members and guests.

This week's topic is "Russia Today in the Media" led by Professor Karen Evans-Romaine.

We hear about Russia frequently in the US media. But what is Russian media reporting about current issues in Russia? In Ukraine? In the Middle East? About the US presidential elections? About the price of oil and its effects on the Russian economy? And how does news reporting in Russia today differ from news reporting in Russian, but from outside Russia? Come to this informal conversation to learn more about Russia, about the press in and outside Russia today, about Russian reporting on issues important to the US, and about why it matters for us.

Karen Evans-Romaine is professor and chair of the Department of Slavic Languages & Literature, director of the UW-Madison Russian Flagship program, and faculty advisor to Russkii dom, the Russian-language floor in the International Learning Community.

Join us every Friday for a FREE pastry and a choice of coffee, tea, or hot chocolate at Afternoon Conversation Series (ACS)! 
ACS is held at the Prairie Fire Coffeehouse in Union South from 2:30-4pm every Friday.

ACS is a facilitated weekly experience where you can engage in friendly conversations over different interactive themes presented each week.

Come and join us for a relaxing Friday afternoon and make new friends. Refreshments are served on a first-come, first-served basis each week—come early to ensure your treat!

This free event is intended for UW-Madison students, faculty, staff and Union members and guests.

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